Becoming a Children’s Care Worker

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What is the best thing about your job?  For our amazing team members, there is one answer to this question that stands out more than most: it’s the reward you feel when a person you have helped makes progress.  This feeling is no more profound than when it comes to our children’s care workers.  Working […]

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We’re Looking For New Teaching Assistants

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First thing’s first, we have some really exciting news: we are officially opening a brand new school. And for this new school, we are on the lookout for new teaching assistants. SEN Teaching Assistants When it comes to mainstream education, teaching assistants are on hand to help those pupils that may need extra support in […]

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Schooling for People With Autism

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Autism is a developmental disorder that can affect how people communicate and interact with the world around them. Approximately 1 in 100 people across the UK have been diagnosed with Autism and there are around 700,000 autistic adults and children in the UK. Autism is a spectrum condition, which means it can affect people at […]

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The Role of an SEN Teacher

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People with Special Educational Needs, known as SEN, have disabilities that can either be physical, developmental or sensory. Some may have received a diagnosis of conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), while others may live with hearing or visual impairments.  These disorders can make it very difficult for some to learn in an environment […]

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Why Become a Senior Residential Support Worker?

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If you are looking for a career in care, a senior residential support position might be the perfect thing for you. This role combines the rewards of social care with an opportunity to get involved in the management of our business. It is an incredible job for somebody who is equally as passionate as they […]

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Become a Residential Support Worker

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We are now recruiting for residential support workers to join our team! Apply today, and join our network of dedicated staff. Bright Futures Care At Bright Futures Care, we offer residential care and specialised education opportunities for young people and adults with complex needs. Many of our residents have been diagnosed with autism, learning disabilities […]

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Specialist Education for Children with Autism

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People with autism and learning difficulties are just as likely as anyone else to succeed academically, they just might need a different way of teaching. This is why a specialist education school might just be perfect for people in these demographics. Many years of research have gone into discovering how best to help people with […]

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Specialist Education in Cheshire

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Our specialist educational settings in the picturesque village of Lymm, Cheshire offer the perfect opportunity for your child to learn, grow and develop in an environment tailored to their own individual needs. When it comes to offering education to children with special educational needs or learning disabilities, each child is completely different, and requires a […]

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Lymm SEN Support

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At Bright Futures Care, we offer specialist education and care to people with autism and a variety of learning disabilities. We work to help everyone achieve the goals they want to meet in a safe, supportive environment. Our Lymm special educational needs (SEN) support has been specially designed to help everybody reach their full potential, […]

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Learning Difficulties in Children

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Learning difficulties in children can present on a broad spectrum; no child is the same, and this is also true of a child with a learning difficulty. Generally speaking, learning difficulties can be separated into a number of categories including: communication difficulties, reading disabilities, written language disabilities, and maths disabilities. While every child is different […]

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